Sunday, March 21, 2010

The Spring Show in Fayetteville Texas

Well, it's that time again...springtime in Texas and time for another Antiques on the Square in Fayetteville, TX.
If you haven't been to Fayetteville, you're really missing a great little town in Fayette County on Hwy 159. With a Precinct Courthouse listed by the Texas Historical Commission, 3 sit-down restaurants serving up some great home cooking, and a rousing population of 260, Fayetteville is great place to live, visit, or shop.
Antiques on the Square has dealers from Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana, Tennessee carrying a wide variety of antique & primitive furniture, quilts, advertising, Native American textiles & baskets, lodge paraphenalia, original art, jewelry...and some very unique and unsual pieces.
Of course being the spring show dealers will have a large selection of outdoor and patio furniture and accessories.
The venue is in and around the Old Firehouse right on the square with plenty of available and close-in parking. Our tents are spacious and well lit since we are open well into the evening...hours are 9 AM - 9 PM daily, sometimes earlier and often later. We open on Friday 26 March and close on Saturday 3 April giving our shoppers plenty of time to browse for some bargains or those one-of-a-kind items you're looking for.
I'll have some of my Mid-Century Modern furnture there, offering a taste of my main line of vintage goods...with more in Austin, I can always show clients the furniture on my laptop and retrieve it as needed.
I will be bringing the Broyhill Saga Premiere hutch, but leaving the Broyhill Brasilia Cathedral table safely in Austin.
I'm also displaying at La Bahia on Hwy 237 with Sarah Stopschinski from Brenham...I'll have more primatives at the La Bahia location with Sarah.
Coin-op, Native American, Mid-Century & Danish Modern in Fayetteville.
Hope to see y'all sure and see the bloomin' bluebonnets on the way. The bluebonnets are beautiful along Hwy 71 between Austin and Fayetteville...take a drive and stop in and say hello.